Non-Commissioned Officer’s School

Brest, France

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  • Non-Commissioned Officer’s School

    Established: 1988 Brest

    The ã‰cole de Maistrance is the training school for future non-commissioned officers in the French Navy. It was set up in 1988, it is now part of the Brest Naval Training Centre.

    Branch: French Navy

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